An air source heat pump is a heating unit which is located external to the property. Highly energy efficient systems, the units transform outside air into heat and hot water – irrespective of the temperature outside.
Although powered by electricity, air source heat pumps are renewable energy sources – 75% renewable energy and 25% electricity. On average, every unit of electricity the pump uses for power, it will generate 3 to 4 units of heat.
RHI – otherwise known as the Renewable Heat Incentive – is the scheme put in place by the Government, to financially reward customers who are benefiting from renewable energy sources to heat their properties.
The Mitsubishi ecodan is an advanced air source heat pump which can operate at outside temperatures as low as -25c. Offering zone space controls for energy efficient heating, 3-year manufacturers warranty and low maintenance, the ecodan provides lower fuel bills and is accredited with the Renewable Heat Incentive. Find out more below.